Its versatility is almost endless – enjoy it neat, on the rocks, straight from the fridge, or mixed into cocktails and food recipes. For a crisp and authentic taste of Italy, none can compare! GMO Free, Gluten Free, Kosher.
How do you drink Pallini Limoncello?
The traditional way of drinking limoncello is to serve it well chilled, neat (no ice), in a chilled cordial glass.
Top off with your choice of:
- Unsweetened iced tea.
- Club soda or sparkling water.
- Cranberry juice.
- Tropical fruit punch.
Is Limoncello the same as limoncello?
Well, yes and no—while both drinks have basically the same properties, they have different names, and like most things Italian, it’s a regional thing. In the North, around the Portofino/Cinque Terre region, it’s Limoncino. In the South, around Naples/Sorrento, it’s Limoncello.
Which is the best limoncello?
Here are their top choices for the best limoncellos to drink right now.
- Best Overall: Meletti Limoncello. …
- Best Easy-to-Find: Villa Massa Limoncello. …
- Best for Sipping: Costa del Sole Limoncello. …
- Best Value: Morandini Limoncello. …
- Best for Cocktails: Pallini Limoncello. …
- Best Digestif: Lucano Limoncello Anniversario.
Is luxardo Limoncello good?
Taste: Thick lemon oil entry, appropriately sweet and tart at the same time. Nicely oily and tart like a really good gelato but more intense. A pleasant clinging aftertaste, with a mild alcohol presence. Drinks: Well in this case actually vanilla ice cream- wonderful!
Is Pallini Limoncello vegan?
Click here for more information. This refreshing lemon liqueur is crafted from an authentic family recipe created more than 100 years ago by the Pallini family. We do not use artificial flavoring, preservatives and the lemons are pesticides free.
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Can you get drunk off limoncello?
Limoncello has about a 30% alcohol content so while it may jump start your digestive enzymes, it will also get you DRUNK. … When the bottle on your table is no longer frosted, it means it’s time to stop drinking the limoncello.”
Do you have to refrigerate limoncello after opening?
Limoncello does not require refrigeration for long-term storage. However, as is the tradition along the Amalfi Coast, we highly recommend chilling Fiore Limoncello either in the refrigerator or preferably in the freezer for several hours prior to serving.
What does limoncello go well with?
Pair with Spuntini (Italian for “small bites”):
- Caprese salad with tomatoes, fresh basil and mozzarella cheese.
- Italian meats as mortadella, bresaola, prosciutto di Parma and salami.
- Smoked salmon tartine or tartare.
Is limoncello good for digestion?
Lemon oil is a carminative, which is why limoncello is categorized as a digestif liqueur—it aids in digestion, especially after diving into a big meal (see more on this below). Because lemon is a citrus fruit, it’s packed with Vitamin C.
Does limoncello go bad?
Limoncello should be drunk fresh and within seven days of being made. It can also remain drinkable for up to 1 month if it is refrigerated, but the taste will start degrading as time goes on. You can also freeze Limoncello for up to a year and still enjoy its flavor.